Sputnik Stool

Posted on July 8, 2011 in Furniture design

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London-based designer Roger Arquer recently designed a new stool for furniture manufacturer Zilio A&C, dubbed the “Sputnik Stool.” The stool’s design presents a single piece of bend metal rod that defines its structure and function. This inner metal piece holds the legs of the stool together, offering a strong structure, while three highs for the footrest. The different heights of the footrest allow several positions for comfort. Further information regarding “Sputnik” is available through the company’s site.

 

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